* Fears of redoubled coronavirus assault in April. No remedy yet in sight Most experts forecast a second global assault by the coronavirus pandemic in April along with an unprecedented surge in infections and deaths.
* World War 3 fears: 'Domino effect' error could spark major US-Iran conflict in Middle East Iran risks sparking World War 3 with a domino effect of bad decisions that could see swift aggression from the US.
* Coronavirus could mark the end of the EU 'European project' if the countries do not agree to share rescue package debt, the bloc's economics commissioner warns Paolo Gentiloni said, 'The European project is in danger of dying out'
* Coronavirus: Boris Johnson faces fresh pressure to delay Brexit transition period Boris Johnson is facing fresh pressure to delay the end of the Brexit transition period as countries focus on battling the coronavirus epidemic.
* Cameras find Netanyahu doesn't have to quarantine Rivka Paluch, the prime minister's parliamentary aide, has been diagnosed with COVID-19. She spent time with Netanyahu and his staff at the Knesset last week.
* Holy Week ceremonies in Jerusalem to proceed in limited format Eastern Orthodox churches will still receive Holy Fire from Jerusalem.
* Not since the Black Plague have Jerusalem's holy alleys fallen so still Adeeb Joudeh, standing in front of the now-locked Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem's Old City, had a pretty specific answer when asked when the church last closed to the public like this...
* Israel: Ultra-Orthodox said to be 50% of all hospitalized coronavirus patients More than half of all Israeli patients hospitalized due to the coronavirus come from the ultra-Orthodox community, Hebrew-language broadcaster Channel N12 reported Sunday.
* Trump peace plan a sticking point in Israel's Netanyahu-Gantz pact The implementation of President Trump's Middle East peace plan is one of the main stumbling blocks in negotiations for an emergency government between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his political rival, Benny Gantz.
* Coronavirus hampers efforts to fight locust swarms in East Africa Traveling locust swarms in Africa, the Middle East and South Asia, that had reached the size of Manhattan in some places, are still growing in East Africa, and the problem is now compounded by the coronavirus pandemic.